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Hi, I use Microsoft Outlook and Firefox.  I have several bookmarks that I want to post in a blog so I selected them all and did control c to copy them and pasted them in a windows word document to see what they would look like and all I got was a running listing of the names but not the http address.

Is there a way to do this other than pasting and copying each one one at a time?
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In FireFox go to Bookmarks>Organize Bookmarks
Select the folder that contains your bookmarks
Go to File>Export
Save the Bookmarks.html to your desktop.

Close Fire Fox.

Go to your Desktop and open the bookmarks.html

At the bottom of your page you will see your bookmarks as hyperlinks.
Copy these links and paste them into Word.

Once copied, press Ctrl + Left Click on your mouse.
You will find the links now open as they should
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